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The new vote-fixing game in Georgia

Once again, it’s down to Georgia in the November 2022 midterm elections. Senator Reverend Warnock is running for reelection, and Stacey Abrams is running for governor against the incumbent Brian Kemp. It’s not a question of who’s going to win. The GOP’s decided it can’t win, so it’s figuring out how to not let the voters vote … READ MORE

ACLU, citing Palast investigations, stops Crosscheck in Indiana

Our 2016 report for Rolling Stone exposing Kris Kobach’s Interstate Crosscheck purge program was cited several times in a lawsuit filed by the ACLU for Common Cause as the evidence that Kobach’s system of removing tens of thousands of voters in Indiana was both wildly inaccurate and racially biased in the extreme. This past week, Federal District Judge… READ MORE

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James Brown Voted 568 Times

  • by Greg Palast
  • from his new book How Trump Stole 2020

You have people registered in two states. They’re registered in New York and in New Jersey. They vote twice. There are millions of votes in my opinion. – Donald Trump

Don’t laugh. Trump’s claim that millions of Americans are voting twice, a felony crime, is the principal reason… READ MORE

Steve Bannon at CPAC (left) Kris Kobach being questioned by Palast.

Why didn’t the Justice Dept indict Kobach as well as Bannon?

The wire transfers of $250,000 and $100,000 that Steve Bannon and Brian Kolfage were indicted for would have to be approved by the We Build the Wall foundation’s general counsel — Kris Kobach. The payments were in direct violation of the foundation’s by-laws. Furthermore, Kobach used the non-profit’s donor list to raise money for his Senate run, normally a felony crime. I worked with the Justice Department on racketeering cases. You don’t… READ MORE

Let’s not Celebrate Georgia Victory too Quickly

  • by Greg Palast
  • on The Thom Hartmann Show

Black officials stop mass closure of polling stations in Randolph County, but Kemp told henchmen to shutter polling stations statewide ahead of election against Abrams. Brian Kemp, Georgia’s Republican Secretary of State, is removing